All about Austria
Graz - The second-largest city in Austria after Vienna, Graz boasts one of the best-preserved historic hubs in Central Europe
Schönbrunn Palace - Vienna's landmark Schönbrunn Palace once served as the summer residence of the Habsburg rulers.
Belvedere Palace - Vienna isn't short on palaces, and the magnificent Belvedere Palace should also be on your city sightseeing itinerary.
Kitzbuheler Horn - The mountain to own is the 1,996-m (6,548 ft) Kitzbüheler Horn.
Maria Saal Cathedral - There are several good reasons for making the effort to explore Maria Saal Cathedral in Austria's Carinthia state.
Sisi Museum - Within the palace is a museum devoted to the Empress Elizabeth of Austria, affectionately known as Sisi.
Vienna - Honestly, you could spend a week in Vienna and tick off just a fraction of the city's historic visitor attractions
Grossglockner Hochalpenstrasse - The highest surfaced mountain pass road in Austria is the daunting Grossglockner Hochalpenstrasse.
Kitzbühel - One of Austria's premier ski resorts, Kitzbühel glistens in winter.
Spanish Riding School of Vienna - A highlight of any visit to the Austrian capital is to take in a show of equestrian excellence at the world-famous Spanish Riding School
Vienna Grand Ferris Wheel - For an uplifting diversion, take a flight on the Wiener Riesenrad, Vienna's famous Ferris wheel.
St. Stephen's Cathedral - The most important religious building in Vienna is the 16th-century St. Stephen's Cathedral. Its multi-colored tile roof mosaic is quite unique
Mozart's birthplace - Make time to explore the birthplace of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Located at No. 9 Getreidegasse
Dachstein Salzkammergut - Austria's interior encompasses some of Europe's most dramatic and imposing mountain scenery.